Why Poland Tossed Its President
Why would voters in an economically successful country, where per capita economic output has been rapidly catching up to wealthier neighbors, want to oust their government? In Poland, where a populist opposition candidate has just beaten the incumbent in a presidential election, the answer seems to be that growth is not the indicator people care most about.
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